Energy Policy and Climate Change

Energy Policy and Climate Change

Hardcover | May 19, 2016

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The priorities of energy policy, such as security of supply, efficient demand side management, the impacts on the environment, and the economic consequences of global warming, have not substantially changed in the last decade.
 
However, the recent financial turmoil and geopolitical conflicts in sensitive areas, as well as technological innovation and the costs reductions of renewable technologies, have altered the basic conditions and constraints under which solutions are to be searched for.
 
This Special Issue of Energies is dedicated to the analysis of strategies, scenarios, and technical developments that will affect the energy policies of regional and national governments, the work of supranational and intergovernmental institutions, and the investment decisions of the private sector in the near future.
 
This issue will encompasses the following fields, which are to be regarded as broad thematic areas, each of which may include more specialized topics:
 
•     Public policy options in the energy sector
 
•     Impact of climate policies on the sustainable development of energy systems
 
•     Analysis of global warming containment measures apt to increase international consensus
 
•     New geopolitical scenarios for security of supply
 
•     Development and innovation of infrastructures in the energy sector
 
•     Technical advances in energy generation and use
 
•     Strategies for the diffusion of energy saving technologies, including corporate investment decisions
 
•     Innovative models of demand side management
 
•     Financing of energy projects
 
•     Analysis of the adequacy of national and international legal frameworks for energy policy
 
•     Role of public opinions and of other key stakeholders

Title:Energy Policy and Climate ChangeFormat:HardcoverProduct dimensions:648 pages, 9.61 X 6.69 X 1.88 inShipping dimensions:648 pages, 9.61 X 6.69 X 1.88 inPublished:May 19, 2016Publisher:MDPI AGLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:303842157X

ISBN - 13:9783038421573

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Table of Contents

Energy Policy and Climate Change: A Multidisciplinary Approach to a Global Problem Chapter 1: Technology A Study on the Variation of Heating and Cooling Load According to the Use of Horizontal Shading and Venetian Blinds in Office Buildings in Korea Total Site Heat Integration Considering Pressure Drops Using Satellite SAR to Characterize the Wind Flow around Offshore Wind Farms Wind Resource Mapping Using Landscape Roughness and Spatial Interpolation Methods Towards a Carbon-neutral Energy Sector: Opportunities and Challenges of Coordinated Bioenergy Supply Chains-A PSE Approach Flow Regime Changes: From Impounding a Temperate Lowland River to Small Hydropower Operations Chapter 2: Corporate Policies and Investment Decisions Determination of Priority Study Areas for Coupling CO2 Storage and CH4 Gas Hydrates Recovery in the Portuguese Offshore Area Theorizing for Maintenance Management Improvements: Using Case Studies from the Icelandic Geothermal Sector Industrial Energy Management Decision Making for Improved Energy Efficiency-Strategic System Perspectives and Situated Action in Combination Investors'' Perspectives on Barriers to the Deployment of Renewable Energy Sources in Chile Carbon as Investment Risk-The Influence of Fossil Fuel Divestment on Decision Making at Germany''s Main Power Providers Security of Supply in European Electricity Markets-Determinants of Investment Decisions and the European Energy Union Chapter 3: Public Policy Issues Temporal and Spatial Variations in Provincial CO2 Emissions in China from 2005 to 2015 and Assessment of a Reduction Plan China''s Low-Carbon Scenario Analysis of CO2 Mitigation Measures towards 2050 Using a Hybrid AIM/CGE Model Energy''s Shadow Price and Energy Efficiency in China: A Non-Parametric Input Distance Function Analysis A Supply-Chain Analysis Framework for Assessing Densified Biomass Solid Fuel Utilization Policies in China The Impact of a Carbon Tax on the Chilean Electricity Generation Sector A Study to Improve the Quality of Street Lighting in Spain The Future of Solar Power in the United Kingdom Forecasting Fossil Fuel Energy Consumption for Power Generation Using QHSA-Based LSSVM Model Chapter 4: Global Phenomena and Global Governance Global Energy Development and Climate-Induced Water Scarcity-Physical Limits, Sectoral Constraints, and Policy Imperatives Horizontal and Vertical Reinforcement in Global Climate Governance Chapter 5: Juridical Framework The Smart City and the Green Economy in Europe: A Critical Approach Residual Mix Calculation at the Heart of Reliable Electricity Disclosure in Europe-A Case Study on the Effect of the RE-DISS Project Chapter 6: Societal Issues Current and Future Friends of the Earth: Assessing Cross-National Theories of Environmental Attitudes The Socio-Demographic and Psychological Predictors of Residential Energy Consumption: A Comprehensive Review Can the BestGrid Process Improve Stakeholder Involvement in Electricity Transmission Projects?